The Cloud Computing World Forum will be making it's next stop in South Africa on the 8th May in Johannesburg.
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It has just been announced that in 2012 that the Cloud Computing World Series will be stopping in South Africa. The one day conference and exhibition will be taking place on the 8th May at the Sandton Sun Hotel in Johannesburg.
Cloud Computing has become a truly mainstream form of IT delivery in the last few years, but with the evolution of the industry moving at lightning-fast pace, it’s important for businesses and organisations of all sizes to be given a clear picture of how this form of technology can improve and develop their use of IT – both in the workplace and on the move.
With South Africa’s recent boom in available bandwidth, cloud computing is expected to grow. Specifically in Africa cloud computing gives organisations access to the latest technology and services not available locally and without the same overheads. This will result in acceleration of businesses in locations that traditionally have not had the same technology infrastructure and services as the developed world.
The one day event will give attendees the opportunity to discuss the latest topics in cloud, including security, mobile, applications, communications, virtualization, CRM and much, much more.
With over 400 people in attendance from across the region, and a number of top global exhibitors and expert speakers giving focused talks in the large keynote theatre, the 2012 Cloud Computing World Forum Africa is expected to be a one of the most anticipated events on the region's IT calendar.
The event will also include a free-to-attend exhibition and workshop programme where Cloud Computing’s top players will present their latest products and knowledge. To register your place at the forum please visit the website or call +44 (0)845 519 1230.
For further information on speaking opportunities, sponsorship and exhibition options please call the team on +44 (0)845 519 1230.
The Cloud Computing World Forum Africa is part of the Cloud Computing World Series with conferences in London, New York, Sao Paulo, Mumbai, Dubai and Hong Kong, for information regarding any of these events please visit www.cloudcomputinglive.com.